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CHICAGO -- If Thursday was Jake Peavys last start with the White Sox, he wanted a reminder of his days in Chicago. Roger Clemens Jersey Red Sox . Peavy chose to have the White Sox wear the teams 1983 throwback jerseys, then outpitched Justin Verlander in a 7-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Peavy (8-4) has been the subject of trade speculation as the July 31 deadline approaches. He hadnt pitched in the old-style uniforms -- usually reserved for Sundays -- and knew that with multiple scouts watching him, it might be his last chance. The fans also recognized Thursday might have been the end for Peavy in Chicago, and they gave him standing ovations following the seventh inning and when he was relieved in the eighth after giving up Brayan Penas home run. "It was very humbling. It was emotional for me," Peavy said. "If it was the last time I pitch here at U.S. Cellular Field, with this uniform on, it was a nice way to go out. It meant the absolute world to me. I hope everyone knows that." The Tigers again played minus Miguel Cabrera and had their four-game winning streak end. The AL MVP missed his third straight game because of an injured left hip flexor. Cabreras status for Friday nights home game against Philadelphia was uncertain. "Im not going to do anything stupid," Tigers manager Jim Leyland said. "Just have to wait and see how he comes in tomorrow." Torii Hunter homered for the third time in the series. But the Tigers outfielder exited in the eighth and is day to day with a sore left Achilles. Peavy was acquired from San Diego on July 31, 2009, and re-signed for two years with the White Sox last October. He didnt get no-trade protection because he figured Chicago, which won 85 games in 2012, would be in contention this season. That, however, isnt the case. Peavy helped Chicago avoid falling 21 games below .500. Peavy said again that hes open to either staying in Chicago or leaving for a contending team. "Ill be happy to stay here and be the best teammate I can be, grind it out the rest of the season and make sure we keep playing hard and show up to win every day," Peavy said. "If I get traded, Ill give the boys a big hug and make sure a few tears will be shed, leaving the friendships here. And Ill go play as hard as I can to help the next ballclub Im on, if that happens. Just going to take it in and well see how the next few days play out," he said. White Sox manager Robin Ventura doesnt have a say in Peavys future. If he did, hed push for the 2007 NL Cy Young Award winner to stay in Chicago. "Its one of those I enjoy him being on our team. I know what he means," Ventura said. "I dont make that decision so, again, Im the guy thats appreciating just him being on our team right now. I hope hes here through next year, too." Peavy allowed four hits, three of them homers, and four hits while striking out seven in the matchup of former Cy Young winners. In two starts since returning from the disabled list with a broken left rib, Peavy is 2-0 and has given up six earned runs in 13 innings. Verlander (10-8) gave up seven runs and 11 hits in six innings. Tyler Flowers, catching for the first time since July 21, homered off the Tigers star. "Today, as funny as it sounds, was a step in the right direction," Verlander said. "I thought my stuff was the best its been all year. It was just a little erratic." Addison Reed allowed the tying run to get to the plate in the ninth but struck out Pena to pick up his 26th save in 30 tries, keeping the White Sox from getting swept in a four-game series at home by Detroit for the first time since June 20-22, 1980. Verlander, who fell to 0-2 against the White Sox this season, struggled early. Chicago scored twice in the first for its first lead in the series. Paul Konerko and Jeff Keppinger hit RBI singles with two outs. Peavy allowed his first hit in the fourth when Austin Jackson singled. Hunter followed with his 10th homer. The White Sox scored four times in the bottom half. Flowers hit an RBI double off left fielder Andy Dirks glove, Alexei Ramirez had a two-run single and Alex Rios singled home a run. Flowers homered in the sixth. Victor Martinez connected for the Tigers in the seventh. NOTES: White Sox RHP Jesse Crain, out since July 3 with a strained right shoulder, played catch but pitching coach Don Cooper termed it a "slight" setback. Crain did not throw a bullpen session as hoped. ... Leyland said closer Joaquin Benoit, who worked in three of Detroits previous four games, was unavailable. ... White Sox 2B Gordon Beckham was out of the lineup for the fifth straight game with a strained left wrist but could play Friday. .... Tigers 2B Omar Infante, on a rehab assignment with Single-A West Michigan after spraining his left ankle July 3, could return to the Tigers on Friday if he feels ready to return. ... LHP Darin Downs, on the DL since July 7, was also scheduled to make a rehab appearance Thursday for West Michigan. ... Jose Quintana (5-2, 3.61) will pitch Friday for the White Sox in Chicago against the Royals James Shields (4-7, 3.24). ... The Tigers Doug Fister (8-5, 3.90) will face Philadelphias Cole Hamels (4-12, 4.16) in Detroit. Discount Jerseys For Sale .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. Eduardo Rodriguez Jersey Red Sox . Ronaldo produced a spectacular individual performance on Tuesday, scoring all three goals and guiding Portugal into the next years World Cup in Brazil with a 3-2 victory in Sweden. The Real Madrid forward has scored 66 goals in 2013, but the last three may be the boost he needs to upstage Messi after FIFA unexpectedly extended the voting period for the Ballon dOr to Nov. https:///...guez-jersey-cubs-410 . -- Chicago Bears cornerback Tim Jennings was selected Monday to his second straight Pro Bowl, while guard Kyle Long made it after a solid rookie season.NEWARK, N.J. -- He looks like a chip off the old block. Max Domi is his own man on the ice, though. The son of former Maple Leafs enforcer Tie Domi, Max uses his hands to score or set up goals rather than administer justice. His offensive creativity convinced the Phoenix Coyotes to take the 18-year-old from Toronto 12th overall in Sundays NHL draft. "He was pretty pumped," Max said of his fathers reaction to going in the first round. "Hes an emotional guy, obviously. Hes very happy. He had a long, successful career in the NHL and he wants nothing less for me." Tie Domi was a second-round pick of Torontos, going 27th overall in 1988. He played two games for the Leafs before spending six season with the Rangers and Jets. In 1994, he returned to Toronto where he spent his last 11 seasons as a Maple Leaf. He finished with 104 goals, 141 assists and 3,515 penalty minutes in 1,020 NHL games. In contrast, Max tied for eighth in regular-season scoring with 87 points (39 goals and 48 assists) and was a plus-33 in 64 games this season for the London Knights. He also had 71 penalty minutes. "A natural goal-scorer, everywhere hes been," said Dan Marr, director of NHL Central Scouting. "Max has a finishing touch. And that can separate him from a lot of players. A lot of players can get chances from their abilities and their smarts but can they finish? Max can finish. "Hes not the biggest guy but he certainly plays bigger than his size. It doesnt influence or impact his game one way or another. And hes like Brett Hull, hes ssmart, he knows how to get open and hes ready to take the shot. Eduardo Nunez Jersey Red Sox. " The five-foot-nine, 197-pound forward can also play provider as he showed in the Memorial Cup, feathering a pass between his legs to set up Bo Horvat (who went ninth overall Sunday to Vancouver). The younger Domi is just as poised off the ice, handling questions about his famous father with ease. Is it tough having Domi as a last name, he was asked. "No, not at all. Its part of who I am and I cant change who my Dad is, obviously. Ive just got to use it as an advantage. Obviously some guys are going to kind of go after you a little bit more but in the end, like I said, you cant really change that ... Ive got to be around some pretty cool people along the way. Its been a roller-coaster but its helped a lot." He calls his father his No. 1 fan. "Hes a big reason for me being what I am today. On and off the ice, hes a first-class guy. He played a long and successful career in the NHL. He didnt do the easiest job, but he found a way to do it. He was a great teammate every day ... I definitely take a lot of notes from him." Max was a member of Canadas gold medal team at the 2012 U18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament. This season, he was second in playoff scoring with 32 points (11-21) in 21 games. "Yeah, I was lucky," he said, shrugging off a compliment. A Type-1 diabetic and celiac, Domi changed his number from No. 13 to No. 16 after his diagnosis in honour of Hall of Famer Bobby Clarke, who overcame diabetes to play in the NHL. ' ' '
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